That girl resurfaced last year at the mall. She was with a friend. I remember she told me she don't wanna be my friend when I tried engaging her in a conversation. I said hi and she didn't respond. And she never accepted my facebook friend request.
You remembered she told you she didn't want to be your friend, yet you again tried engaging her in conversation and went so far as sending her a Facebook friend request.
What part of "she told me she don't wanna be my friend" did you ignore when you did that?
I thought it was all over, but I was dead wrong. Recently, (a week ago) she walked in with her friend. As usual, I said hi and she went, "Don't talk to me. Look the other way!" I was REALLY humiliated.
She walked in a whole week ago and here you are still obsessing on it 7 days later.
You brought the humiliation upon yourself by again ignoring her repeated messages to you that she does not want to be friends with you. What does it take for you to get the message and stop attempting to make contact with her? Yes, saying hi is attempting to make contact.
The following day, while we were all in the break room, I told my coworkers what I'm telling y'all now. My supervisor took me aside
The incident had nothing at all to do with your place of work, nor did it involve your coworkers or your supervisor. Yet you chose to share your humiliation and 24-hour obsession over it with them to the point that your supervisor had to call you aside and bluntly tell you to knock it off.
Tell me again, who was responsible for that?
And here you are, 7 days later still going on and on about it wanting to know why people don't care rather than finally getting the messages that we've been talking with you about for several years now.
You don't care when someone tells you they don't wish to be friends or have any communication with you.
You don't care when people take the time to help you understand why you are having problems at work and give suggestions of how to avoid those problems.
Who is it that isn't caring, Stacy?